Pakatan Rakyat has threatened to reveal the name of the company that supplied the 'indelible' ink to Election Commission if the commission continues to refuse to do so.

"We have already investigated, we know. Don't wait too long or we will expose," interjected Rafizi Ramli (PKR-Pandan) in the Dewan Rakyat during Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim's turn at debating the royal address today.

He alleged that his investigations have shown that the contract to supply the 'indelible' ink to the EC was given to a company owned by a Singaporean.

NONERafizi (right) further claimed that the company which had neither experience nor funding, had to resort to taking a loan from a Kampung Baru businessman, to get the RM7 million capital needed for the transaction.

The Pandan MP was responding to an earlier interjection from Anthony Loke (DAP-Seremban) who mentioned that in a written answer to him from the Minister in The Prime Minister's Department Shahidan Kassim, the commission cannot reveal the name of the 'indelible' ink supplier because of security reasons.
Adding fire to the argument, Anwar then remarked that the EC should do well to heed the reminder as Rafizi was the one they had used to highlight the “cow” issue, which involved the toppling of a federal minister.

The same hunting license, joked Anwar, is already given to Rafizi on the EC indelible ink contract matter.

~ Malaysiakini